On Sun, Dec 14, 2003 at 01:08:20PM +0000, "Adam D. Moss" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> As a data point, I use a (optimized build) mingw cross-compiler
> hosted on linux, and the raw compilation itself takes a lot longer
> (50% longer, or more) than the same compiler version built

That's interesting, but fortunately way better than the time configure

Preprocessing is indeed a nontrivial compiler phase, but especially with
gcc-3, I would not have expected that to make a 50% difference.

It could be that for some reason math emulation is enabled because it's a
cross compiler build, but since the architecture is the same I wouldn't
expect that. Still, my area of gcc expertise isn't in that area, so I
would have to research that :)

Still, 50% is a lot to be explained by mere monstrous include files.
Maybe someone should profile it *g*

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